Rap on rap: straight-up talk on hip-hop culture
An anthology of essays, editorials, and criticism--by Anna Quindlen, Nathan McCall, Sister Souljah, Ice-T, and William Safire, among others--provides a provocative study of the diverse forms and meaning of rap music and the culture that spawned it. Original.
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